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JSP (previously JavaServer Pages) is a set of technologies that allow software developers to build dynamically produced web pages using HTML, XML, SOAP, and other document types. Sun Microsystems released JSP in 1999, which is comparable to PHP and ASP but uses the Java programming language.

  • Make websites that are interactive
  • Data from the user is easier to read.
  • The server answer is easier to see.
  • Enables you to include Java on your website.
  • It's a lot easier to connect to the database this way.
  • The User Is Being Followed
  • Simple to code.

Servlets and JSPs are no longer considered cutting-edge technology and are no longer used in new projects. These were discovered to be widely used in legacy projects. Around the year 2000, Servlet JSPs were widely used. With the rise in popularity of MVC frameworks such as Struts, Webwork, and Spring, etc.

JSP Engine intercepts JSP requests and provides the runtime environment for JSP files to be understood and processed. It reads, parses, and builds Java Servlets before compiling and executing Java code and returning the HTML page to the client. The database is accessible to the webserver.

JSP's benefits include:

  • It's only for simple inclusions that can build connections and utilise form data. Database connections can also be included in JSP. It can hold any kind of Java object. JSP has excellent performance and scalability because it allows dynamic elements to be embedded in HTML pages.

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